- Diamond Platinumz girl Zari Hassan just got exposed online
- The result of the troll was a fierce Instagram battle where Zari attempted to clear her name
- TUKO.co.ke was on hand to follow the entire conversation
Being a celebrity comes with its own merits – endorsements, instalove, you name it. But mama Tifa, aka Zari Hassan will also tell you that it comes at a hefty price.
People will always calculate your moves, and counter you at the slightest sight of flaws. Zari Hassan was a victim of such, or was she?
TUKO.co.ke retrieved a photo from the ‘boss lady’ where she was advertising a local Tanzanian shop. While there is nothing wrong with earning some extra coins from celebrity marketing, one thing was particularly off with the post.
The photo Zari used was not from the Tanzanian shop, but from a lavish New-York based interior design shop.
You can bet the critics noticed the little piece of error in Zari’s undoings. An interior designer associated with the brand in the photo particularly took the opportunity to shame the mother of five in the most sarcastic way.
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“THANK U SO MUCH FOR USING MY PICTURE!!,” the designer, only known as Stephanie commented.
What ensued was an epic back and forth between Zari’s fans and haters, with some feeling that it is never wrong to use a different picture from the web to represent a brand.
When Zari finally spoke, she was quick to acknowledge the misplaced photo but she was far from apologetic.
"The point was to say furniture like this can be found at dunabe... pics can't be stolen as long as they at on net they can be used.... I don't see where it says the couches or coffee table are FROM danube” She commented.
It is also kind to note that only a few days ago, Zari Hassan blasted socialite Hamisa Mobetto in similar fashion, for rocking pants we can only assume were similar to Diamond's, and not his.
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